Jacob J. Erickson is Assistant Professor of Theological Ethics at Trinity College Dublin. He previously taught Religion and Environmental Studies at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, USA.
There is no good reason not to follow him on twitter.
This conversation came after a Jacob gave a lecture in the Theology and Ethics seminar at New College, University of Edinburgh and then we got lost trying to find Brew Dog & their super legit cauliflower buffalo wings. Things that came up…
- a theopoetics of the earth
- relearning religion and spirituality in light of the planetary crisis
- coming to process thought through a theology of the cross
- the problems of logocentrism
- “salvation is not carbon neutral”
- the gospel without eternal conscious torment
- grief and the ecological crisis
- we both loved this book by Thomas Attig, How We Grieve: Relearning the World
- the practical relativism of climate denial
- Marjorie Suchocki is awesome and we both dig this text – A Fall to Violence
- youth ministry and the anxiety of climate change
- is it ethical to have children? is that even the best way to ask the question?
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